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Oh, adrenaline. It’s what makes people go skydiving, ride roller coasters, and flirt with disaster in nearly every facet of life. For the entry-level adrenaline junkie, there’s spicy food. But why stop at mouth-numbing meals when you can spice up your drinks, too? Yes, a good chunk of this list is composed of Margarita riffs, but there’s a whole world of spicy cocktails out there for you pseudo-masochists to enjoy!
For those of you who like to embrace the unexpected, reach for a bottle of Cynar the next time you’re in the mood for a cocktail. This artichoke-based amaro boasts a unique bittersweet flavor with earthy, savory, and slightly vegetal undertones that make it as delicious mixed into a Manhattan or spritz as it is on its own. With Cynar
It's no secret that we love a good Margarita. Why not level up to a "grand" Margarita with Grand Marnier Cognac liqueur? The bittersweet orange flavor and rich Cognac complement tequila's toasty agave notes perfectly, no matter which Margarita riff you choose. Shake it up and let us know which is your favorite. #Partner with Grand Marnier.
Ingredients: 2 oz Cachaça 1 ea Whole lime, in wedges 2 tsp Extra fine white sugar Directions: Combine all ingredients in rocks glass. Muddle Top with crushed ice. Enjoy.
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Ingredients: - 2 ounces rhum agricole, such as Neisson Blanc - 1 teaspoon cane syrup - 1 lime coin Directions: 1. Squeeze lime coin, releasing its oils and juice into a rocks glass. 2. Add lime coin, cane syrup, and rhum to the glass. 3. Mix using a swizzle stick.
Ingredients: - 1.5 ounces of tequila - 1 ounce of lime juice - 2 ounces of watermelon juice - ½ ounce basil simple syrup* - 1 cup of ice Directions: - Fill a shaker with tequila, lime juice, watermelon juice, basil simple syrup, and ice - Rim the glass with salt - Shake mixture then pour into serving glass - Garnish with a sprig of basil